MA Classics and Ancient History
Our MA Classics and Ancient History is one of the widest-ranging courses in the UK, with expertise spanning Bronze Age to late antiquity, Anatolia to Egypt and the Near East.
You will be taught by world-leading experts, with particular research strength in a wide range of disciplines including ancient history, literature, language, archaeology, art and culture.You’ll be joining a Department with a vibrant research culture where 95% of our research is of international standing (REF 2021, combining 4*, 3* and 2* submissions – Classics).
You will benefit from facilities including the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology, the University Library and a dedicated postgraduate room in the heart of the Department of Classics. We are also located only a short distance from Oxford and London where you can visit major collections important for research in Classics and Ancient History.
There are also opportunities to work in the on-site Ure Museum, which holds Cypriote, Egyptian, and post-Classical artefacts, and one of the largest collections of Greek ceramics in the UK.